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Installment 1: Introduction to Directional Similarity

Installment 2: Similar Triangles and the Pythagorean Theorem

Installment 3: Excursus on the powers of the sine and cosine functions

Installment 4: Vectors and their components

Installment 5: The Math of Directional Similarity

Installment 6: Conclusion

- Discovered by Einstein (1935)

- Shown to allow physically contradictory states by Schrödinger (1935)

- Baffling to Bohr, John Von Neumann, Feynmann and everyone who has attempted to learn quantum mechanics since 1935

- Led Bohm to consider superluminal interactions (1950s), and

- Hugh Everett to consider the existence of parallel universes (1957)

- Shown to be mathematically impossible to explain without non-locality by John Bell (1964)

- Bell's non-locality shown to be physically real by Alain Aspect (1982)

An Updated Version of Newell's Article on Directional Similarity (first published in

Models For Violations of Bell's Inequality

by John Newell

Covers Directional Similarity and Provides a Model for Quantum Interactions

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Transcript and Commentary by John Newell

Commentary by John Newell